AnonD-387110, 22 Jan 2016That's on older Android versions! The S6 receives monthly security updates!OK... Thanks... I have a Sony Xperia Z3 too... It work with KitKat 4.4.4... I don't want to update to Lollipop... Will it work after few months with KitKat anymore?
AnonD-324989, 22 Jan 2016Hi friend... Please answer me. I read a lot of news and one is very bad: There is a virus ca... moreThat's on older Android versions! The S6 receives monthly security updates!
thetechietech, 21 Jan 2016Hey guys. One question, one answer. Galaxy S6 or iPhone 6?S6. No doubt. If you had to choose between s6 and 6s then there would be a question to ask
AnonD-403299, 20 Jan 2016Okay. If need any assistance reply Hi friend... Please answer me.
I read a lot of news and one is very bad:
There is a virus called stagefright and many android phones are vulnerable...
It is about hackers... They want to hack android via mms massage, video, photo, etc,etc...
Please say your opinion about it... Is it true? :( ... what will happen? Or is it a lie?
thetechietech, 21 Jan 2016Hey guys. One question, one answer.
Galaxy S6 or iPhone 6?This post was meant for 'thetechietech': (Inadvertently replied to the wrong thread/post).
If brand recognition, social image and other people's remarks about your phone of choice affects you deeply or can hurt your self-esteem, go for an iphone, preferably the gold one. If you don't care what other people say about your phone of choice, go for whatever suits your needs best.
scorpio, 22 Jan 2016Who really cares as long as you're happy with your phone. Are you trying to pick a fight with ... moreI perfectly agree, whatever suits your needs best.
No. I'm not picking a fight with everyone else.
I just reply to comments on my opinions which I feel
scorpio, 22 Jan 2016Both good but for me Samsung s6.If brand recognition, social image and other people's remarks about your phone of choice affects you deeply or can hurt your self-esteem, go for an iphone, preferably the gold one. If you don't care what other people say about your phone of choice, go for whatever suits your needs best.
Don, 22 Jan 2016Sorry, the Galaxy A9 is not a 'virtual phone'! Did you search in GSMARENA or view the A9 on i... moreWho really cares as long as you're happy with your phone. Are you trying to pick a fight with everyone else?
thetechietech, 21 Jan 2016Hey guys. One question, one answer. Galaxy S6 or iPhone 6?Both good but for me Samsung s6.
AnonD-387110, 21 Jan 2016By your A9, I mean your Huawei Mate! You're comparing a virtual phone A9 which has not even be... moreSorry, the Galaxy A9 is not a 'virtual phone'!
Did you search in GSMARENA or view the A9 on its page?
Here's the link:
I don't know about you, but this A9 page certainly does not say it's a 'RUMOR'
or more so, a 'HALLUCINATION'. If someone's 'hallucinating', its definitely not me. :)
The Galaxy A9 is designed to MATCH or even OUTPERFORM every single unique selling point that has made the Mate 7 popular: monster battery, SD card options, dual SIM options and accurate/fast fingerprint sensor at a much lower price than flagships.
AnonD-387110, 21 Jan 2016The S6 stock rom scores around 80k in antutu! Different needs for different persons. What I l... more'False' opinion? :) So by sharing a DIFFERING viewpoint, assessment or judgment on which device should be a 'better buy' between the S6 and the Galaxy A9, the opposing opinion instantly becomes 'False' and your personal opinion becomes elevated to 'fact'? Nice one! Now that's an example of a 'bias'! :)
I've had my S6 for about a week now, and so far I'm happy enough, but I have no idea where the gushing praise of the device is coming from. The hardware does feel premium, but so did my M8, so does the iPhone 6, so do a dozen other devices. Putting it against the iPhone 6 specifically, I personally like the much more rounded feel of that device than the sharper feeling edges of the S6. That's very likely better for grip in the end, but it loses a lot of its "wow factor" for me based on that alone.
The camera is very much praise worthy, however. I've been blown away by it's performance so far and can finally stop being an apologist in regards to virtually every other Android OEMs complacency here. We've been begging for a high quality camera for years and Samsung finally gave in and knocked it out of the park. Is it better than the iPhone 6 camera? Hard to say, but that's a good thing. How each camera deals with different things has become more a matter of personal preference than something obvious.
Does it look like an iPhone? Yes and no. Looking at it from an angle at a slight distance and you may end up taking a second look just to confirm which it is. Head on, the oblong home button and shiny "Samsung" logo shouldn't confuse anyone. I think any similarities are more reflective the general homology across all devices. We've sort of converged on a general device style that unfortunately leaves little room for real innovation. Sure, there are some basic aesthetic tweaks that can be applied and evolved, but we're far away from anything truly revolutionary.
TouchWiz is interesting, but it's still just TouchWiz. It's the same ugly notification shade, it's the same collection of apps that for the most part don't really improve on it's stock AOSP or Play Store counterparts, and it's the same attempt at software differentiation as a brand strategy that I just can't imagine is working. I mean, I don't think people are buying Samsung phones for TouchWiz, but what do I know? That said, I don't exactly feel compelled to flash anything just yet (even if there were roms around). The device finally doesn't feel like its working against itself with regards to performance. Apps open when I want them to, the camera really does launch in under a second, and the stuttering that does happen feels more like it's a problem with the app than the phone.
The battery life is still up in the air for me.
Got mine yesterday.
It was between the S6 and the Nexux 5X(same price). Having got the 5X a few weeks ago i sent it back because the screen looked awful and the speaker/headphone volumes were pretty bad.
The screen on the S6 is amazing. Coming from the OP1 which was pretty good itself, this is another level. Speaker is good. Headphone volume good. It is a bit laggy here and there but once i decide if I'm definitely keeping it I'll stick on a bloatfree rom.
I prefer stock Android on the 5X and i like the placement and speed of the 5X fingerprint sensor better. I'd say i have an 80% first time success rate with the S6 sensor.
Only major issue is i have the Isocell camera sensor. But I'll only be taking photos for Facebook so it probably won't make a difference for me. If there was a huge drop off in quality between the 2 sensors more would have been made of it.
So at the moment I'm on the side of keeping it at least until the next round of Nexus phones.
I'm about to buy an S6 next week.Which colour is prettier? Topaz looks nice